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Engineering: Graduate Programs


Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

The non-thesis Master of Engineering degree is a professional practice-oriented advanced degree program offered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering. It is geared toward the working professional and allows students to develop a plan of study consisting of core courses and electives.

The program is designed for individuals who have at least one degree in engineering or significant engineering practice and a degree in a related field.

Application Deadlines: Feb. 15 - fall / Oct. 15 - spring / Feb. 15 - summer
Entrance Exam: GRE preferred but not required (determined by area of concentration)
TOEFL Score: varies depending on program

Other Departmental Requests: personal statement, three letters of recommendation and possibly others determined by area of concentration.

Those interested in the Master of Engineering may choose from four areas of concentration:

The M.Eng., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are granted by the UNL Graduate College.

UNL's Office of Online & Distance Education offers an online Master of Engineering program with a concentration in Engineering Management. Visit the Graduate Online and Distance Education site for more details.


Architectural Engineering (36 credit hours)

Graduate Info: http://www.engineering.unl.edu/durhamschool/academics/MEng-architecturalEngineering.shtml

* 15 credits in architectural engineering or civil/structural courses
* 6 credits in graduate design projects
* 9 credits in management or business administration
* 6 credits in electives

A minimum of 12 hours must be from courses open exclusively to graduate students. The degree is offered on the Omaha campus at The Peter Kiewit Institute.

Contact:
For General Questions, contact udurhams@unl.edu

Dr. Lily M. Wang


Construction (36 credit hours)

Graduate Info: http://www.engineering.unl.edu/durhamschool/academics/CM_MEng.shtml

The Master of Engineering in Construction offers a unique blend of courses in construction, business and law. The program is geared toward individuals who want to pursue advanced studies in construction with an emphasis on construction applications.

The program is offered on mainly on the Lincoln City Campus, with some courses offered in Omaha.

* 18 credits in construction
* 9 credits in management or business administration
* 9 credits in other electives

A minimum of 18 hours must be from courses open exclusively to graduate students.

For more information, contact udurhams@unl.edu


Engineering Management (36 credit hours)

Information: http://online.unl.edu/Graduate/Programs/Engineering-Masters.aspx

* 18 credits in industrial and management systems engineering
* 9 credits in management or business administration
* 9 credits in other industrial and management systems engineering courses

A minimum of 18 hours must be from courses open exclusively to graduate students.

Contact:
Dr. Michael Riley, P.E.
Coordinator, M.Eng. in Engineering Management
402-472-3495
mriley1@unl.edu


Telecommunications Engineering (36 credit hours)

Web page: http://www.ceen.unomaha.edu/graduate/mste.php

* 12 credits in computer and electronics engineering
* 9 credits in telecommunications electives
* 9 credits in secondary area electives
* 1-6 credits in telecommunications engineering individual project

The degree is offered on the Omaha campus at The Peter Kiewit Institute.

Contact:
Dr. Hamid Sharif
Coordinator, M.Eng. in Telecommunications Engineering
402-554-3628
hsharif@unomaha.edu

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